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AI/ML security threats

Top 10 Security Trends to watch out for in 2020

As 2020 begins, rapid transformation of technologies will continue in order to make business practices more productive and efficient. With emerging technologies...
32-Bit RX23W Microcontroller

32-Bit MCU for Bluetooth 5.0 with Enhanced Security & Privacy

Renesas Electronics introduced the RX23W – a 32-bit microcontroller (MCU) featuring Bluetooth® 5.0 for IoT endpoint devices such as home appliances and...
Security Chip

Infineon’s 40nm Generation of Security Chip Solutions

Infineon Technologies AG sets another milestone in smart card innovation. Its new 40nm generation of security chip solutions – the SLC3x – is based...
What is SSL

What is SSL, how does it work?

If you run a website or blog, first of all you should make sure that your website is safe and no one can...
Best Biometric Authentication

“AuthConductor V2” takes Biometric Authentication to the Next Level

Fujitsu launches sales of the "FUJITSU Security Solution AuthConductor V2" which uses various authentication methods, including palm vein authentication, to deliver comprehensive...

SECORA ID solution: security chip with software for eID documents

To address the evolving needs of Electronic identification documents (eID) market in a fast and flexible manner, Infineon Technologies has developed...
AI & 5G makes enterprises more vulnerable to attack

AI & 5G makes enterprises more vulnerable to attack: A Study

More than 80% of cybersecurity and risk leaders in a new global survey say the technologies could make enterprises more vulnerable to...
PIN vs. password

PIN vs. password: which one is more secure?

 As users of this digital age, we have many different choices. You can enable or disable web cookies, depending on how much...
Secure FPGA

Lattice MachXO3D Secure Control FPGA Receives Security Certification from NIST

Lattice Semiconductor  MachXO3D FPGAs for secure system control received the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP)...
cellular IoT Security

GF brings protection against physical tampering & attacks on cellular IoT devices

GLOBALFOUNDRIES (GF) is working with Arm to offer secure system-on-chip (SoC) solutions on GF’s 22FDX platform, based on FD-SOI, for cellular IoT...
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